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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"News nation this hour. I'm Jordan Burn field. Israeli air strikes on Gaza City Killed at least 42 people. U. S diplomat is in the region trying to de escalate tensions. The U. N Security Council is meeting today to discuss ways to help Two officers in upstate New York are on administrative leave after shooting and killing a man. New body camera footage shows officers and Rochester responding to shots fired, the officer spotted a vehicle less than a half mile away from the scene. He stopped the car. But after seeing a man in the back seat with a gun, at least nine shots were fired. Cynthia Harriet Sullivan, interim police chief. I have not seen anything yet. That causes me concern. But again this is the cautious part way need to see all the video. Get all the information. Finish our interviews. Finish the preliminary and then you know, I'd be another Better position toe to share with you what My thoughts are on it. The man who was in his twenties, died at the scene. The New York attorney general is opened an investigation. Rochester's police chief says they will cooperate fully Also in New York, LGBT Q. Police officers will not be allowed to participate as a group in this year's pride March, the band will be in place at least until 2025. The NYPD will also be asked to stay a block away from all pride events. Instead, organizers will hire private security. The decision follows years of pressure from activists who say law enforcement Is out of place in a march rooted in the 1969 anti police riot outside Stonewall Inn, a brush fire in Pacific Palisades, California has burned more than 750 Yankers of Land..

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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. The mayor of Rochester, New York, has ordered the suspension of the police officers involved in an incident last week. Where police handcuffed and pepper sprayed. A nine year old girl. Officials released body cam footage of the encounter yesterday and this comes as a city still grappling with the fall out from another incident last year where a black man suffering a mental health crisis died after he was restrained by police. Randy Gorman of member station W x X I in Rochester joins us Now. Welcome. Welcome. Thanks said Thanks for having me today, So I want to begin with this latest incident. What exactly happened? It all began Elsa last Friday, The police got a call about family trouble, possibly involving a stolen car. When the officers got there, they said they were told about a child who was suicidal and also threatening to kill her mother. They say the nine year old became agitated and she kept yelling that she wanted her father. As we can see on the body Cam video they released yesterday. The officers were trying to get the girl into their patrol car to get control of the situation and to wait for an ambulance. As they struggled to get her into the car. We see a female officer talking to the girls saying this is your last chance. Otherwise, pepper sprays going your eyeballs. Another officer, a male officer, also with the car could be heard saying, just spray her at this point. In the female officer can be seen shaking a can, which we assume is the pepper spray and apparently uses it while the child continues to scream. Eventually, the girl was taken to the hospital as a mental hygiene case. She was treated and released to the custody of her family. Wow. And how have people in Rochester been responding to all of this? As you might imagine, The reaction has been angry and swift, a City Hall news conference on Sunday, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren noted that she has a 10 year old daughter and could relate to how disturbing it is to watch this body Cam video. This video As a mother. Not anything that you want to see. It's not We have to Understand. Compassion. Empathy. When you have a child. That is suffering in this way. And Colin out for her debt. I saw my baby space of her face, and we just got word that the mayor is suspending the officers who were involved until the results of an internal investigation are concluded. The police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan, who has only been chief for a short time after a big shake up in the department's top ranks last fall, said the department will work to make sure these types of situations don't happen again. Yeah, that shake up you just mentioned that came as a response to the death of Daniel proved last march, right? I mean, can you just remind us what happened? Daniel prude and where the investigation stands now. Sure, this made national headlines Elsa. He's the man who was having a mental health crisis. This was in March of last year, he was found running naked down a city street. Rochester police took him into custody and pinned him to the pavement. He suffocated and died a week later in the hospital. The body cam video from that incident, though, was not released until several months later, and there's been an ongoing investigation from the New York State attorney general. In fact, that hg Fish. James Tweeted today that would happen in Rochester last Friday is deeply disturbing. And she said that kind of force and pepper spray. It should never be deployed against the child. And how are officials explaining how something like this could have happened So soon after Ah, year of shakeups and reform efforts. In fact, the city recently launched a person in crisis team that's a group of social workers. Who would be available to respond to these kinds of situations. But the mayor said the team was not called on Friday because there were other events going on at the location, which had them bring the traditional police response reform effort at our PD is ongoing. It's actually part of a statewide pushed by the governor was mandated every municipality in the state have a reform plan in place by April, 1st. That is Randy Gordon of member station. W x x i in Rochester. Thank you. Thank you. On his way out the door. President Trump released his aides from ethics commitments that were supposed to last years after the end of his administration. That same day, President Joe Biden signed an executive order requiring his appointees to take a stringent ethics pledge. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports. There are some who wish We're even stronger. President Biden laid out the expectations as he swore in appointees on his first day in the White House. We're gonna be judged. We're gonna be judge whether or not we restored Integrity in the competency, this government I need your help badly. His ethics executive order is a road map for appointees meant to signal those in his administration are committed to serving the American people, not their former or future employers and not their own self interests. While the president doesn't sign the pledge, a White House official says he intends to lead by example. It's tougher than the ethics order. Trump signed and repealed, And it's tougher than the one that govern the Obama administration to these air, the toughest rules ever both coming into government and for when his appointees ultimately leave Norm Eisen helped craft the Obama ethics rules and is now at the Brookings Institution. Four years of Trump have reminded us that we do need to go back to basics. And the Obama EO has been refreshed, renewed and expanded by President Biden. Biden's order restores a reporting requirement President Trump had done away with when it comes to post government employment. It says appointees have to wait two years before communicating with people at their former agencies or senior White House staff..

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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. The mayor of Rochester, New York, has ordered the suspension of the police officers involved in an incident last week. Where police handcuffed and pepper sprayed. A nine year old girl. Officials released body cam footage of the encounter yesterday and this comes as a city still grappling with the fall out from another incident last year. Where a black man suffering a mental health crisis died after he was restrained by police. Randy Gorman of member station W x X I and Rochester joins us now welcome. Welcome to think said. Thanks for having me today, So I want to begin with this latest incident. What exactly happened? Well, it all began the also last Friday, the police got a call about family trouble, possibly involving a stolen car. When the officers got there, they said they were told about a child who was suicidal and also threatening to kill her mother. Please say the nine year old became agitated and she kept yelling that she wanted her father. As we can see on the body Cam video they released yesterday, The officers were trying to get the girl into their patrol car. Get control of the situation and to wait for an ambulance as they struggle to get her into the car. We see a female officer talking to the girls saying, this is your last chance. Otherwise, pepper sprays going your eyeballs. Another officer, A male officer, also with the car could be heard saying just spray her at this point in the female officer can be seen shaking a can, which we assume is the pepper spray and apparently uses it while the child continues to scream. Eventually the girl was taken to the hospital. As I mental hygiene case she was treated and released to the custody of her family. Wow. And how have people in Rochester been responding to all of this? As you might imagine, The reaction has been angry and swift, a City Hall news conference on Sunday, Rochester Mayor Lovely. Warren noted that she has a 10 year old daughter and could relate to how disturbing it is to watch this body Cam video. This video. As a mother. Not anything that you want to see. It's not Have to Understand. Compassion. Empathy. When you have a child. That is suffering in this way. And calling out for her death. I saw my baby space of her face, and we just got word that the mayor is suspending the officers who were involved until the results of an internal investigation are concluded. The police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan, who was only been chief for a short time after a big shake up in the department's top ranks last fall, said the department will work to make sure these types of situations don't happen again. Yeah, that shake up you just mentioned that came as a response to the death of Daniel proved last march, right? I mean, can you just remind us what happened? Daniel prude and where the investigation stands now. Sure, this made national headlines Elsa. He's the man who was having a mental health crisis. This was in March of last year, he was found running naked down a city street. Rochester police took him into custody and pinned him to the pavement. He suffocated and died a week later in the hospital. The body cam video from that incident, though, is not released until several months later, and there's been an ongoing investigation from the New York State attorney general. In fact, that hg Tish James tweeted today that would happen in Rochester last Friday is deeply disturbing. And she said that kind of force and pepper spray, it should never be deployed against the child. And how are officials explaining how something like this could have happened so soon after Ah, year of shakeups and reform efforts. In fact, the city recently launched a person in crisis team. That's a group of social workers who would be available to respond to these kinds of situations. But the mayor said the team was not called on Friday because there were other events going on at the location, which Have them bring the traditional police response reform effort. An RPG is ongoing. It's actually part of a statewide pushed by the governor was mandated every municipality in the state have a reform plan in place by April, 1st. That is Randy Gordon of member station. W x x i in Rochester. Thank you. Thank you. On his way out the door. President Trump released his aides from ethics commitments that were supposed to last years after the end of his administration. That same day, President Joe Biden signed an executive order requiring his appointees to take a stringent ethics pledge. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports. There are some who wish it were even stronger. President Biden laid out the expectations as he swore in appointees on his first day in the White House. We're gonna be judged. We're gonna be judged whether or not we restored Integrity, competence. See this coming? I need your help badly. His ethics executive order is a road map for appointees meant to signal those in his administration are committed to serving the American people, not their former or future employers. And not their own self interests. While the president doesn't sign the pledge. Ah White House official says he intends to lead by example. It's tougher than the ethics order Trump signed in repealed. And it's tougher than the one that govern the Obama administration to these air, the toughest rules ever both coming into government and for when his appointees ultimately leave Norm Eisen helped craft the Obama ethics rules and is now at the Brookings Institution. Four years of Trump have reminded us that we do need to go back to basics. And the Obama CEO has been refreshed, renewed and expanded by President Biden. Biden's order restores a reporting requirement President Trump had done away with when it comes to post government employment. It says Appointees have to wait two years before communicating with people at their former agencies or senior White House staff. And for the first year it also bans behind the scenes advising Like telling a new employers lobbyist who to talk to or how to relate to them. Melissa Lorenzo leads the political law practice group at taken Gump. Those are all things that that could be very important with respect to lobbying strategy and hear the Biden Eo obviously, cuts that offer certain amount of time. People leaving the administration can't work for foreign governments for at least two years. And there's a new golden parachute provisions. It says An appointee can't accept a big bonus from their former employer to reward them for landing a job in government, Lorenza says. This is welcome clarity because golden parachutes have tripped people up in the past. In the past of somebody had done that, then it could trigger recusal obligations, it could disqualify them from serving in certain positions. So I think having that in the Biden CEO is very helpful. But some ethics advocates say it should do more. I'd say it's a very good executive order. I wouldn't go so far as to say it's great. Walter Shop is a former head of the Office of Government ethics. He wants Biden to release all ethics related documents, including waivers when people get an exception from the ethics pledge and approvals. Like when appointees get permission to attend a fancy Washington gala that exceeds gift limits so everyone can see whether they're meeting the high standards laid out in the order. It's disappointing because I think we're in a post trump era where we've learned just how weak the ethics program is, and we have a narrow window of time. Strengthen it while the country is reform minded. In a statement, White House spokesman Michael Gwynn defended the ethics policy, saying it is historically bold and expansive. Waivers, at least will be made available 10 days after they're certified and White House visitor logs will eventually be posted A restoration of Obama Eric Transparency Norm Eisen is encouraging them to include zoom meetings, too, since in person meetings aren't happening is they used to in this age of Cove? It President Biden and Vice President Harris Have gotten the credit that they deserve for ambition and for bold commitments, But now they're gonna be watched closely on implementation. Transparency, he says. Knowing people are watching is a key to avoiding scandal. Camera..

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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on KCRW

"And how have people in Rochester been responding to all of this? As you might imagine, The reaction has been angry and swift, a City Hall news conference on Sunday, Rochester Mayor Lovely. Warren noted that she has a 10 year old daughter and could relate to how disturbing it is to watch this body Cam video. This video. As a mother. Not anything that you want to see. It's not We have to Understand. Compassion. Empathy. When you have a child. That is suffering in this way. And calling out for her death. I saw my baby space of her face, and we just got word that the mayor is suspending the officers who were involved until the results of an internal investigation are concluded. The police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan, who was only been chief for a short time after a big shake up in the department's top ranks last fall, said the department will work to make sure these types of situations don't happen again. Yeah, that shake up you just mentioned that came as a response to the death of Daniel proved last march, right? I mean, can you just remind us what happened? Daniel prude and where the investigation stands now. Sure, this made national headlines Elsa. He's the man who was having a mental health crisis. This was in March of last year, he was found running naked down a city street. Rochester police took him into custody and pinned him to the pavement. He suffocated and died a week later in the hospital. The body cam video from that incident, though, was not released until several months later, and there's been an ongoing investigation from the New York State attorney general. In fact, that hg Tish James tweeted today that would happen in Rochester last Friday is deeply disturbing. And she said that kind of force and pepper spray, it should never be deployed against the child. And how are officials explaining how something like this could have happened so soon after Ah, year of shakeups and reform efforts. In fact, the city recently launched a person in crisis team. That's a group of social workers who would be available to respond to these kinds of situations. But the mayor said the team was not called on Friday because there were other events going on at the location, which Have them bring the traditional police response reform effort. RPG is ongoing. It's actually part of a statewide pushed by the governor was mandated Every minister power in the state have a reform plan in place by April, 1st. That is Randy Gordon of member station. W x x i in Rochester. Thank you. Thank you. On his way out the door. President Trump released his aides from ethics commitments that were supposed to last years after the end of his administration. That same day, President Joe Biden signed an executive order requiring his appointees to take a stringent ethics pledge. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports. There are some who wish it were even stronger. President Biden laid out the expectations as he swore in appointees on his first day in the White House. We're gonna be judged. We're gonna be judge whether or not we restored Integrity in the competency, this government I need your help badly. His ethics executive order is a road map for appointees meant to signal those in his administration are committed to serving the American people, not their former or future employers and not their own self interests. While the president doesn't sign the pledge, a White House official says he intends to lead by example. It's tougher than the ethics order. Trump signed and repealed, And it's tougher than the one that govern the Obama administration to these air, the toughest rules ever both coming into government and for when his appointees ultimately leave Norm Eisen helped craft the Obama ethics rules and is now at the Brookings Institution. Four years of Trump have reminded us that we do need to go back to basics. And the Obama CEO has been refreshed, renewed and expanded by President Biden. Biden's order restores a reporting requirement President Trump had done away with when it comes to post government employment. It says appointees have to wait two years before communicating with people at their former agencies or senior White House staff. And for the first year, it also bans behind the scenes advising like telling a new employers lobbyist who to talk to or how to relate to them..

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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We hope you're having an excellent Monday afternoon. Isaac is here. Producing Melinda returns tomorrow. Kenny Romeyer is filling in Rochester Police have released two police body cam videos that show an event on Friday when they were called by a mother who said, Please come quickly. My nine year old girl is out of control. She may kill herself may try to kill me. Ultimately, the police apprehended the girl who ran from the home. They handcuffed her at the request to the mom. And then they ended up pepper, spraying the nine year old girl to get her to fully comply in the back of the police. Quad car. What are the textures saying, Kenny? Well, here's another one, Mark says. Hey, guys, this is what happens when the family court takes Dad's out of their kids lives. Want to place blame. Look no further than a corrupt family court Judges 51283605 90, Andy, Welcome to K. L b J. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, gentlemen. Um, you know, I hate that kind of justify opinions nowadays. I was such a good commission back when it was such an interesting I think it's like, uh Thank you. Juvenile justice system. Now, when you tell the court ordered enough, I mean pepper spray is a viable option. It absolutely 1000%. Is and they should have probably deployed it much earlier on. I know it sounds harsh, but they're just pepper sprayed nine year old. Words, and I know you can understand that. Yeah, there's there's other officers trying to physically restrain anyone, and especially a youth and not call his home to that juice with the amount of force But you have to, you know, put on that. Used whether taking even resorting to handcuff. No, no, I mean, just no. Um, they absolutely made the right call. I just don't think I made it in time. And that was, you know, does that else would bother me is I don't understand. I mean, I get this what we did, because this won't put our officers in tow where they're having to make the social calls and in the and decisions. But You know what the mom is on on record As far as you know, taking taken away, they do something that she could harm herself to harm me. That should've been the decision. Show up. Take the girl in the custody and turned over to social services as bottles on auction even is all right, Andy. Thanks so much When you said Go ahead. I just Andy, I know you're in the field. I just can't go along with pepper spraying. Nine year old who's handcuffed. Can you imagine, fellas? If someone pepper sprays you and you have handcuffs all and you can't get to your eyes. I just don't agree with that. But I do agree with Andy with our caller that good gosh, if if you got that call from the parent, there's got to be a next step for the Social Service agencies are the professionals. Help take care of this girl. Not just taken to the hospital will send her back home. So when you were watching the video Ed, were you thinking that the female officers should have just grabbed her feet? And lifted them up and put him in the squad car and then shut the door. I think so. Mark Pepper Spring Yeah, No. No pepper spray for nine year old. That's that's over the top. That's too much in Possibly have two adults by her side of the back of that squad car car to hold her down or to put the put the seat belt on or something. Because pepper spray is just off the books from me again. I'm not a professional that some of our callers are, but it just seems Not the norm at yesterday's news conference that police said the girl Disobeyed multiple commands to put her feet in the back of the squad car. A Rochester police officer was then required to spray an irritant. Into the handcuff girl's face to get her to comply. At the news conference, Interim police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan described the irritant as pepper spray. And s O. They're not. They're not producing the exact details on why it required them to spray here. They're just saying that was the required step after she disobeyed multiple commands. I guess I don't know what where that figures in on that continuum of Of discipline, or, you know, whatever They like to call it. Yeah. Continuum of force. Yeah, but if that was the next logical step, maybe that's what they were doing. Let's go to Rick at 307. Hey, Good afternoon. How you doing today? Just fine. Thank you. Yeah, There's a couple things I would say. First of all, after listening more and more sounds to me like maybe the mother should have been handcuffed and taken off the jealous. Well, uh, custom and and verbal abuse in public, and, uh, Maybe escalated the situation more than necessary. But I will say this I have been in law enforcement and I have dealt with problem Children schools. They couldn't have done anything any different than what they did I eat if they somebody said Grab him by the arms and by the legs. Well, in order to do that, you gotta put him on the ground. Now you're going to see four officers. On that little bitty kid. And they're gonna be ridiculed for that. I think it's time instead of Not on all these kids..

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"harriet sullivan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"harriet sullivan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A billboard in Times Square, sending a coded taught and insult hurled across the social networking site Reddit aimed at Wall Street and in particular this weekend at the online brokerage Robin Hood, which, as of the opening Bell tomorrow will be restricting purchases of the stocks of 50 companies, including bed Bath and Beyond, and BlackBerry to just one share per customer. Cbc's business correspondent Deidre Bolton, the Rochester Police Department is releasing Bodycam footage. Shows a nine year old girl being pepper sprayed while handcuffed in the bank of a cop car. Speaking earlier today, Deputy police Chief Andre Anderson said the girl was detained after nine officers responded to a call about family trouble. He says the girl reported she wanted to kill not only herself, but her mother. Police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan told reporters. She's not going to say the Pepper. Spraying a child is OK, adding the department is going to work to ensure these things don't happen in the future. Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren also comment on the incident, saying it's something that it's not something that really anybody should want to justify. There was a man dancing in the middle of Times Square. He's been arrested ever. Cops spotted a shotgun sticking out of his pants. They would folk Thomas with the report. It happened early Sunday, just before 4 A.m.. The New York Post reports. 28 year old Dominique Kadeer of Philadelphia was dancing in the street at West 46th Street and Seventh Avenue as music blared from his nearby Volkswagen Jetta. That's when cops happened to see an M 1911 semi automatic pistol sticking out of his pants pocket. Officers then moved in to arrest Kadeer on charges of criminal possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of marijuana. David Folk Thomas W. O Our new president, Biden will be meeting with a group of Senate Republicans to discuss a deal for a new coronavirus relief bill 10, GOP lawmakers sent a letter asking for him to hear them out on a proposal. At $600 billion, the Republican measure significantly smaller than the nearly two trail Ian Dollar Democratic plan. That meeting will happen sometime early this week. The singer with the biggest song of 2020 in the UK is making sure you'll be entertained during halftime at the Super Bowl. Lisa Taylor is more.

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Rochester Police Pepper-Sprayed 9-Year-Old Girl, Footage Shows

Passage To Profit

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Rochester Police Pepper-Sprayed 9-Year-Old Girl, Footage Shows

"Rochester Police Department is releasing Bodycam footage. Shows a nine year old girl being pepper sprayed while handcuffed in the bank of a cop car. Speaking earlier today, Deputy police Chief Andre Anderson said the girl was detained after nine officers responded to a call about family trouble. He says the girl reported she wanted to kill not only herself, but her mother. Police chief Cynthia Harriet Sullivan told reporters. She's not going to say the Pepper. Spraying a child is OK, adding the department is going to work to ensure these things don't happen in the future. Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren also comment on the incident, saying it's something that it's not something that really anybody should want to justify.

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Mayor Warren appoints new interim police chief for Rochester, New York

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Mayor Warren appoints new interim police chief for Rochester, New York

"New top cop Cynthia Harriet Sullivan has been appointed Rochester's new interim police chief, becoming the first woman to hold that job. Former police chief Laurent Singletary was fired earlier this month following the death of Daniel Prude. A black man who died in March after he was into the ground by officers. This is ABC News. This is common in

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Rochester mayor appoints first female interim police chief

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Rochester mayor appoints first female interim police chief

"Choice for a new interim police chief in the troubled Rochester Police Department in a visible show change. Rochester mayor Lovely Warrant appointing the city's first black female police chief to take over the department, rocked by the police death of Daniel Prude Ah black man who died in police custody. Cynthia Harriet Sullivan named interim police chief effective in October. She'll take over after the previous chief was relieved of his Duties, and several other high ranking officers resigned or were demoted over proves death. While there are some longstanding inexcusable practices within our department The vast majority of our officers are committed to serving and protecting our city Mayor Warren saying Traditional policing practices must be altered and improved to better serve and protect citizens.

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1st woman named Rochester police chief amid criticism over Daniel Prude's death

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00:21 sec | 2 years ago

1st woman named Rochester police chief amid criticism over Daniel Prude's death

"New York, where people have been protesting the March death of Daniel Prude in police custody. Mayor Lovey Warren named an interim chief today, Cynthia Harriet Sullivan, the first black woman to head the police department and confident That she will bring a different perspective. And it's still a fresh approach to policing both of which are very much needed in our city, particularly at this difficult time. The governors of

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